SilkAir Airlines Flights
SilkAir airline is the regional wing of the Singapore Airlines; it means it is a regional flight. It was the Asia’s most awarded airline. It serves as the short-haul destination for the Singapore Airlines Group Network. It operates from Singapore to 44 cities in the South East Asia. There are two types of cabin available in all SilkAir flights i.e. Business Class and Economy Class.
SilkAir is based at the Singapore's Changi Airport. Over 50 destinations are served by this airline in countries including Australia, Cambodia, China, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Myanmar, Nepal, Philippines, Thailand, and Vietnam. Service was provided with modern Airbus A319 and A320 aircraft. The airline has selected the Boeing 737-800 as its future primary aircraft and several others have also entered in the service in its current fleet. The SilkAir is also a partner airline of Singapore Air and Scoot. It is a member of the KrisFlyer frequent flier program. Whether you fly Business Class or Economy Class, SilkAir Airlines promises you ultimate comfort and luxury mid-air. The Business Class cabins on SilkAir Airlines are all about pampering and relaxing of the customers.
SilkAir Airlines Info
SilkAir Airlines Codes, Call Sign, and Headquarter
- IATA Code: MI
- ICAO Code: SLK
- Call Sign: SILKAIR
- Head Quarter: Singapore
SilkAir Airlines Hubs
SilkAir Airlines Hub
- Singapore Changi Airport
SilkAir In-Flight Entertainment
All seats are equipped with personal video screens which are controlled and it is fully integrated with handsets or via touch. SilkAir also offers a selection of magazine titles on board and screens a series of short features on their 11-inch in-flight screens. The Silkwinds in-flight magazine is complimentary for all passengers. In-seat audio is also available for the Boeing 737-800aircraft.
SilkAir also provides its passengers a wireless streaming which will be able to stream blockbuster hits, short features, as well as chart-topping music to their personal laptops and handheld devices via Wi-Fi. This system generally complements the existing overhead systems. Passengers traveling in the Business Class flights for more than two hours will be offered a tablet.
SilkAir Food and Beverage
SilkAir offers the Oriental and Western menus. Light snacks are also available on selected flights of less than one and a half hours. Silk air meals are included in the price of passenger’s ticket and they can order from a wide range of special meal options if required. Hot meals are usually served during the main meal times; however, this generally depends on your flight time. Business class travelers travel in luxury.
Business Class: International cuisine is as diverse as the airline’s destinations. Since 2016, SilkAir has been offering the ”All-Time Favorites” menu where the passengers of the Business Class are offered a special selection of meals to choose from when traveling on flights leaving from Singapore that are 2 hours and above. There are 20 meal options including Asian, Western, and Singaporean cuisines and customers can book their favorite dish up to 24 hours in advance. Traveling in business class has its perks.
Special Meal: Passengers should order their special meals at least 24 hours prior to departure. However, those with nut allergies should order their meals at least 48 hours prior to departure. Infant and children’s meals are also available on all flights except for those between Singapore and KL. Business class has special meals.
The following meals can be ordered:
Baby Meal, Post-Weaning Meal, Child Meal, Hindu Meal, Muslim, Bland Meal, Diabetic Meal, Fruit Platter Meal, Gluten Free, Low Calorie Meal, Fat Free Meal, Low Fiber Meal, Low Lactose Meal, Low Salt Meal, Non-Carbohydrate Meal, Vegetarian Raw Meal, Vegetarian Indian Meal, Vegetarian Jain Meal, Vegetarian Oriental Meal, Western Vegetarian Meal, Vegetarian Lacto-Ovo Meal, Non-strict Nut Free Meal and Ulcer Diet Meal.
Codeshare Agreement with Other Airlines
SilkAir Codeshare with the following Airlines
- Air China
- Air New Zealand
- South African Airways
- Garuda Indonesia
- Air Asia
- Ethiopian Airlines
- Vietnam Airlines
- Singapore Airlines
- Virgin Australia
SilkAir Airlines Check-in
Now a day’s Online Check-in is also available for all confirmed booking, 48 to 1.5 hours prior to flight departure. Mobile app Check-in is currently available for all confirmed bookings. Priority seats are available for business class passengers.
Free Baggage Allowance and Baggage Fees for flights
- SilkAir Airline economy class allows luggage with a maximum weight of 30 kg.
- SilkAir Airline business class passenger can luggage with a maximum weight of 40 kg.
- KrisFlyer Elite gold passengers are allowed 20 kg extra for any class.
- Infants are allowed 10kg of baggage. Additionally, a fully collapsible stroller or pushchair and carry-cot or car seat may be checked in without charge.
Popular routes for SilkAir Airlines
- Brunei Darussalam
- East Timor
- Sri Lanka
New York to Miami
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